Perhaps the crucial question we face today is:
Will humanity act in time to create a sustainable planetary civilization?
Yes we can, and we will! If we take these crucial steps together, it could make all the difference:
- First, discover the “new story of the Birth”:
View the first video below to learn why our planetary crisis is potentially the birth of a new era.
- Then, become attuned to the impulse of evolution:
View the second video below to learn how to give your “gift to the shift” as part of the Birth 2012 campaign. Also, for more orientation, check out the Birth 2012 Activation series of interviews here. Plus, don’t miss the winning videos of the Birth 2012 “I am birthing . . .” Video Contest.
- Finally, help awaken a critical mass of millions of cocreators as we celebrate the Birth:
Foster the shift by committing to “Three Days of Love” on December 20-22; by creating your own “birthing hub” as explained at this website; and by witnessing over 33 hours of broadcast programming beginning on December 21. (See below for more about the many exciting developments now unfolding for the coming celebrations.)
Experience the vision that launched the new story of our Birth . . .
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Become attuned to the impulse of evolution—and chose your role in catalyzing the Birth
In the video below, you’ll learn why feeling the “impulse of evolution” can lead us across the great chasm between where we are now—caught in a cascading series of global crises—to that place where we fully realize our potential for breakthroughs.
A key purpose of the Birth 2012 movement and campaign is to learn about and dramatize this “map to cross the gap.”
Join millions of other cocreators on our planet’s first Birth Day
All of this raises one more critical question:
How do we gather enough people worldwide who are committed to change so that humanity can cross the gap?
The answer of the Birth 2012 campaign has been to create a great initiatory event: a global Birth Day celebration to be held on December 22, 2012 and broadcast worldwide, a four-hour Gala to be held in Los Angeles at the Agape Center, featuring numerous luminaries and musicians.
But this event has now evolved beyond our wildest dreams. It is now become the largest-ever digital broadcast of “positive news” and celebration ever held, with video feeds from 40 countries who are holding events in the same spirit. See the unprecedented 33-hour schedule here.
Among these many events, Barbara Marx Hubbard’s “Theater of our Birth“ will be broadcast from a large event in Byron Bay, Australia, called UPLIFT 2012. Other major events are occurring in Thailand, Jerusalem, Teotihuacan (Mexico), at the Chichen Itza Pyramid (Yucatan), at the Giza pyramid in Egypt, and at multiple cities in the U.S.
The ultimate objective of the Birth 2012 campaign and of this great event and broadcast is to highlight those systemic changes in all sectors of society needed to create “a whole-system shift.” The Birth Day also celebrates what’s working and what is true, good, and beautiful in the world already.
To set the proper spiritual tone for all that is happening, we encourage you sign the pledge for “Three Days of Love” on December 20-22.
In addition, we are inviting people to engage in heart-resonance practices on December 22, and leading up to it, so that we can achieve “critical mass” for an energetic shift of the planet. Any and all forms of meditation, prayer, gratitude, and intention-forming can help. In particular, you can participate in this special effort by tuning in for 12 “Waves of Unity” (a metaphor for heart-resonance), which will occur every 2 hours beginning at noon Pacific time on December 21.
To learn more about this grand event and how you can gather a group of your friends to create a Planetary Birth Day event of your own on December 22, 2012—and much more—sign up to receive our newsletter, the Catalyst, on the top of the right side of our home page. You may review back issues of the Catalyst here.